Megan (jehoshabeath) wrote,

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I've already put in three weeks at my new job, but it hardly feels like it. The days have blown past in a whirlwind. My alarm is set for 6:30, but I seem to wake up around 6:00. I am off and on my way to work at 7:30 and arrive there at 8:30. Work runs until 5:00, and I get back at 6:00. Since I have work in the evenings, as well, I pick up dinner on the way home. I eat and listen to the local repeater, but usually everyone else is eating at that time, too. Once dinner is over, I check email and get started on the part-time work. This lasts till around 10 or 10:30. I start getting things in order for the next day - bills to mail, lunch to pack, and that sort of thing. I get to bed around midnight and then the whole cycle starts over again!

Thankfully, work for both jobs has been going pretty smoothly. God is good :)
Listening to streaming techno music at work seems to help pass the time, too. Once I've heard 8 songs, the 8 hours are up!

In other good news, I've almost learned all the letters in Morse code. Just a couple more and I am done! I practiced what I do know along with the W1AW recordings this evening, and it went pretty well. I was able to keep up with W1AW at 5, 7.5, and even 10 wpm speed! Well, except for the letters I have yet to learn (p, x, y, z). Still, I am surprised it has been going this well, considering my wild schedule. I think practicing the code in my head on the way to and from work has really been good practice!
Tags: cw, daily

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